Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland 28/8/2020Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 28 August 2020 Issues covered: Wage Subsidy Scheme; Remote Working; Covid-19 Adjusted Unemployment rate
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- We will be hosting a free webinar with Caroline McEnery from the HR Suite on the 15th Sepember dealing with issues such as the wearing of face masks, travelling abroad, etc. Register now.
- Almost 70% of employees would like to continue to work from home at least two days per week once Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.
- However, another survey has found that remote working is the biggest wellbeing challenge facing Irish organisations.
- At the end of June, the Covid-19 Adjusted Unemployment Rate was a terrifying 23.1%.
- After many long years in the Civil Service, former Equality Officer Vivian Jackson retires from the WRC today.
- New speakers announced for our
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